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Pharmaceutical packaging: Blister packaging has the most potential for development

it is predicted that the global demand for pharmaceutical packaging will grow at an average annual rate of 6.3% in the next five years, and the market size will increase from US $22.3 billion in 2004 to US $30.2 billion in 2009

medicine is a necessity of life, and pharmaceutical packaging is an important part of the packaging industry. The global pharmaceutical industry prefers to use high transparency packaging and fixed dose drug packaging. The design of pharmaceutical packaging begins to pay attention to humanized care and children's safety, which can reduce patients' taking mistakes. Among many packaging containers, blister packaging has the most potential development. The advantages of blister packaging lie in strong barrier, beautiful appearance, long shelf life, convenient use and so on. In addition, plastic bottles are still the most widely used drug packaging containers, accounting for the largest share of hld750 packaging market demand when measuring medical bags, especially in Latin America, Eastern Europe and the developing Asia Pacific region. At present, the plastic packaging of drugs in China accounts for about 1/3 of the total packaging material market. We are eager to buy domestic instruments, which will replace other materials and become the main packaging material of drugs. North America is still the world's largest market for medical and pharmaceutical products, and its packaging market is also very large. In 2004, the consumption of plastic resin for pharmaceutical packaging was about 1.133 million tons, and the average annual demand growth rate in the next five years was 4.9%. It will reach 1451000 tons in 2009. Among them, polypropylene resin is the most needed, accounting for about 28%; Followed by PVC and HDPE. Pharmaceutical packaging and medical equipment packaging (syringes, injection tubes, etc.) accounted for about 83% of plastic resins consumed in 2004, and it is expected to remain dominant in the future

the packaging demand for sterile pharmaceutical products in the United States will grow at a rate of 5.4% every year after the project is completed and put into operation, and will reach US $1.7 billion in 2005. Among sterile packaging products, thermoformed plates have an annual growth rate of about 6%, foam packaging and blister packaging have an annual growth rate of 6.5%, and the demand for sterile bags for medicine has an annual growth rate of 5.7%. In terms of the use of materials, PVC is still the main material for making sterile packaging, because the price of PVC is appropriate and the performance is excellent; The fly in the ointment is that PVC is not suitable for radiation disinfection and is not conducive to environmental protection. In addition, at present, medical packaging bags tend to use multi-layer composite films to enhance the strength of packaging. In terms of large-scale medical devices for China's electrolytic aluminum industry, hard and wear-resistant nylon materials are mostly used in the packaging of equipment

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